It’s easy to see that — although no one desires this — our culture has created a generation of youth who are entitled, ungrateful blamers and cryers when things don't go their way. In order to make a difference for our children, studying history is imperative. It will help us understand our past, which in … Continue reading Research Shows How You Parent is the Difference Between Cooperation vs. Defiance
Then, instead of spending the hour or two fighting with a six-year-old oppositional defiant child, he spent two minutes teaching Zach a life skill. “Do you know when ten minutes is?”
Good parenting advice like Love and Logic and Supernanny is leaving parents all over the globe shaking their head and wondering why their child is crying themselves to sleep at night or why they seem so self-conscious and angry...
We just had the most positive parent/teacher conference EVER! I didn’t cry once this time! I was convinced my son was going to be held back or, even worse, “LABELED” with ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder or some other disorder that would be a struggle for us every day, including his ability at school. I was ALMOST convinced my son had ADHD or a learning disability... TODAY my son is MEETING EXPECTATIONS in every subject.
In the 1960s, giving six-year-old children psycho-stimulant drugs would have appalled society. Now, it’s as regular as taking a child to the park.
Did you know babies hear the word no 400 times a day on average? Learn to engage and empower your toddler!
What can you do so your teenager can have boundaries and be encouraged enough to trust you to tell you the truth? What is the benefit for your teenager when they do tell you the truth? See if this makes sense for you… make a decision to accept your teenager for who he/she is as an individual.
Follow these 7 proactive steps for more fun with your strong-willed child at the grocery store: 1. Show your strong-willed child exactly what you wish to see from them when you eventually go to the grocery store. Don’t just tell, show! 2. Find their reward (in this case, the cookie at the grocery store)...